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Alleged neo-Nazi boy charged with killing girlfriend’s parents moved from hospital to jail

The judge ordered the 17-year-old to be held at the Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center and police took him there after the hearing. (Courtesy of family)

A judge held a detention hearing Monday by teleconference for a Lorton teen who has been in the hospital since December after he was charged with murdering his girlfriend’s parents in Reston before shooting himself.

The judge ordered the 17-year-old to be held at the Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center and police took him there after the hearing.

The teen, who is suspected of having neo-Nazi beliefs, has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting and killing Buckley Kuhn-Fricker, 43, and her husband Scott Fricker, 48. Police are not identifying the suspect because of his age.

The teen was served with petitions last Friday.

Janet Kuhn, the mother of Buckley, told ABC7's Melissa DiPane that the suspect was the boyfriend of the couple's daughter. Buckley and Scott had been trying to keep their daughter away from him, describing him as dangerous.

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Fairfax County Police were called to the 2600 block of Black Fir Court around 5 a.m. Friday, Dec. 22 because of the shooting.

ABC7 News obtained dispatch audio from the shooting and in it, police can be heard saying that the couple's daughter called 911. The sounds of shots being fired can also be heard.

The full audio can be heard below, courtesy of Broadcastify.

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Buckley was an attorney specializing in elder law and ran a geriatric care company. Neighbors say the family had just moved into their home a few months ago.

Four other family members were in the house during the shooting but were not hurt, officials say.

The funerals for Buckley and Scott were held on Dec. 30.

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